How Would You Describe This Arterial Waveform Part 2

I have included two waveform’s from the same test, as you can see there is some variation in both waveform’s. These were all taken in the upper extremity during the same test. All of the other sites had similar waveform patterns during the test.  The waveform’s are from an adult patient over the age of 40.  Please comment below how you would describe this waveform.  Please answer via the poll or leave a reply at the bottom with your explanation. Thank you for participating.

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